Hearsay Culture Schedule Through Mid-May

I am very pleased to announce the Hearsay Culture schedule through mid-May. Also, I think that I have solved my tech glitches [thanks to Lauren, Kent, Ben and Joe!] and will soon have audio of all previous shows posted, both here and on a separate website.

Meanwhile, here's the schedule (airdates -- not guests -- subject to change):

January 17: Harry Surden, Resident Fellow at the Stanford Center for Computers and the Law (CodeX), on the background and activities of Codex and current research.

January 24: Assoc. Prof. Frank Pasquale of Seton Hall Law School on "Limiting Exclusion and Inclusion Harms in Search," an examination of web search engines and the impact of web search engine results.

January 31: Steven Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) on government secrecy and the efforts of the FAS to access government information.

February 7: Prof. Emeritus Richard A. Lanham of UCLA, discussing his book "The Economics of Attention."

February 14: Julian Dibbell, discussing his book "Play Money, Or, How I Quit My Job and Struck It Rich In Virtual Loot Farming."

February 21: David Brin, discussing his book "The Transparent Society."

February 28: Prof. Mark Lemley of Stanford Law School.

March 7: Asst. Prof. Eric Goldman of Santa Clara Law School (SCLS), and Academic Director of the High Tech Law Institute at SCLS.

March 14: Prof. Josh Lerner of Harvard Business School, discussing his co-authored book "Innovation and Its Discontents."

March 21: Prof. Terry Fisher of Harvard Law School, discussing his book "Promises to Keep."

March 28: Prof. Michael Shanks of Stanford, and Director of the Metamedia Lab.

April 4: Prof. Cass Sunstein of the University of Chicago Law School, discussing his book "Infotopia."

April 11: Prof. Robert Markley of the University of Illinois -- Urbana-Champaign, discussing his book (ed.) "Virtual Realities and Their Discontents."

April 18: Fred von Lohmann, Senior Intellectual Property Attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

April 25: John Thackara, discussing his book "In the Bubble."

May 2: Tony Falzone, Director of the Fair Use Project at Stanford Law School.

May 9: Balasz Bodo, Fulbright Visiting Researcher at Stanford's Center for Internet and Society, discussing the sociocultural impacts of technology and online communities.

May 16: Jim Fruchterman, Founder and CEO of Benetech.

I continue to book guests, so if you have any suggestions, please let me know. Meanwhile, thank you for listening and I hope that you enjoy the shows as much as I enjoy doing them!

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